During an interview on FS1, Michael Vick tells Jason Whitlock why everyone's favorite oppressed millionaire, Colin Kaepernick, is really out of the NFL.
It's no secret that Kaepernick's performance has been going downhill ever since he was separated from Jim Harbaugh in San Francisco. Michael Vick spoke to Jason Whitlock on FS1 about it.
Per Daily Wire:
WHITLOCK: Colin Kaepernick, for a different set of reasons, is having a hard time getting back into the NFL. He’s got some controversies surrounding him that has to do with his protest. What do you think about the way the NFL is treating Colin Kaepernick? Some people are saying he’s being blackballed, I happen to think that it’s about teams wanting their quarterback to be all in.
VICK: It has nothing to do with him being blackballed. The gesture that he made last year when he took the sn to do what he did. Listen, we all appreciated it. We respected it. And it was a good thing. I really think the stand that he took has nothing to do with not playing in the National Football League, right now. And being frank, Colin didn’t have the best two years, his last two seasons. It wasn’t as productive as we’ve seen him do. And maybe it’s due to coaching changes and musical chairs and positions around him, and the players. But I think, in terms of him getting back on the field, it’s gonna have to be a team that can suit out his skill set and what he does.
Michael Vick Tells Everyone Kaepernick Sucks
How could anyone forget when Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem in one last grab for fame? He then aligned himself with Black Lives Matter.
The list of idiotic moves by Kaepernick goes on and on, check the archive if you want to see more.
It's time to face the facts, Colin. You're out of a job and it's because you suck. If someone is good enough to help a team win a Super Bowl, then they would be on an NFL roster. Colin Kaepernick is not.
It turns out Michael Vick is still spineless. No surprise there.
"At the end of the day, what I said, I should have never said. I think it was taken out of context in regards to what I was trying to convey, but I only want to help Kaepernick," he said Thursday. "I'm not a general manager, I'm not the guy who makes the decisions on getting him signed, and I'm truly sorry for what I said. I think I should have used a better choice of words.
"Obviously his Afro has nothing to do with him being signed and I wasn't trying to relay that message. It was more so about helping him at the end of the day. In all my interviews all I have ever tried to do is help him and talk positive," Vick said.
Is this actually his opinion or did liberal ESPN offer him a job if he apologizes? Who knows, but either way he said it.
Let's not lose track of the fact that regardless of this issue Michael Vick still electrocuted dogs and is a terrible human.